The quality can be expected to be on the same level as the audio examples on this page, depending on the quailty of the supplied raw material.
My primary customers are newer bands who want a great sounding demo or EP, not necessarily established artists who are looking to have their material commercially released.
But what you choose to do with the finished result is of course up to you.
I aim for a time frame of 2-3 weeks per track.
However, if you have a specific deadline, we can likely work something out.
What you get
Mixing and mastering is done simultaneously, unless otherwise specified.
Two rounds of corrections are included in the fee.
When a mix is ready, an mp3 file is sent for the purpose of any possible comments and adjustments.
After any adjustments are applied, a final review mp3 file will be sent, which can be adjusted before the final track is delivered.
If any adjustments are requested after this, additional fees will be added to the project.
The final mix will be delivered as an uncompressed WAV file.
Project/work files will not be delivered to the client.